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Religious landscapes, places of meaning: the religious topography of Arcadia from the end of the bronze age to the early Imperial period

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The thesis examines the religious topography of Arcadia through two particular aspects: the built and the natural landscape, and how each relates to human communities, their places of living, and their understanding of the world around. It relies on the assumption commonly made in the field that, since ritual practice was of prevalent importance for the Greeks, cult sites are the most important places for the communities, and therefore they can tell us a lot about the people who built, vis...

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University of Oxford

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University of Oxford
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Swansea University
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Unviersity of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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